This just in from Pastor Tim
Hi everyone —
While we had hoped we could’ve done this one at the church, the date snuck up a little faster than expected so the guys have decided to do this one down at Machinery Row, but I’m still excited about this and wanted to share it with the friends of Stone Soup Productions.
ALEX RUIZ & JODY MILLER
Friday, March 19, 2010 from 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Machinery Row (below The Breaks)
202 – 2nd Avenue South
Anyone who’s been around the bluegrass pick on Thursday night’s at Bert & Ernie’s knows who Alex Ruiz is.Â He’s a very talented fiddler and vocalist, and unfortunately his Air Force assignment is going to have him leaving our community so that he can work in a little place called The Pentagon.Â While he assures me he’ll be back one day, I’d advice everyone who loves his fiddle strides to get out and see him while you can.Â Plus he’s just one of the nicest guys you’d ever want to meet.
Jody Miller is a
singer/songwriter based out of Missoula, MT. Â He started as a junior in
college writing songs in his dorm room, then entered into the Music City
Madness Song & Video competition and placed top 16 in the nation with
the first song that he wrote called “The Other
Side of the World.” Â The song was about a prisoner of war wishing
that he could get home to his wife. Â He has written a lot of songs since
then ranging from country to alternative and you can expect a lot of diversity in what he and Alex play as a duo.
Here’s hoping to see you at the show on Friday night!
+ Tim Christensen
Stone Soup Productions: A not-for-profit community arts organization
dedicated to bringing great music to Great Falls!
Tim Christensen ~ Stone Soup Productions (406) 771-1544
517 – 4th Avenue North
Great Falls, Montana 59401-2312